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Church of Santa Barbara (Salesas Reales), Madrid
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  • Of this church is its Grand façade, with a very beautiful sculptural details. I could visit it during its reform, in process currently, thanks to the program open by works, and is a luxury to observe them sculptures more closely. Also, in its interior, stands out above all the grave of Fernando VI, a preciousness, work of Sabatini. Without a doubt, the visit is worth.
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  • Church of Santa Barbara (Church of Santa Barbara (Salesas Reales) also known as the Church of the Salesas Reales monastery is a Catholic Church, built in neoclassical style in the heart of Madrid. This is one of a number of Spanish churches dedicated to Saint Barbara was built in 1757 to the monastery of Salesas Reales monastery was founded in the year 1748 Queen Barbara de Braganza, wife of King Ferdinand VI of Spain. In 1870 year the monastery was closed but the Government used the building as the Palace of Justice, it is currently used as the Supreme Court. In the year 1891, the Church was opened for worship parishioners.
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  • This church had it built Bárbara of Braganza, as well as the adjoining convent, which today is the Supreme Court. Therein lie Bárbara de Braganza and her husband King Fernando VI. It is currently under renovation the facade and the organ, but you can visit and there are masses.
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